The Oceanside City Council met in closed session Wednesday to discuss labor negotiations and litigation. In open session, the council held hearings and approved several budgets for 2021-22, including the city’s operating budget, the capital improvements program budget, and harbor district operating budget. The council approved, 3-2, a three-year professional services agreement with Interfaith Community Services to provide homeless case management services for $234,814 per year. After a hearing, the council approved a resolution setting solid-waste user rates. The council also voted 4-1 to remove the “medical only” restriction on cannabis-related facilities; and approved an ordinance to update the city’s drought-response conservation measures.
The Poway City Council met Tuesday for a public hearing and gave final approval of its 2020 Urban Water Management Plan. The council also adopted a resolution authorizing reimbursement of some Water Capital Improvement expenses.
The San Marcos City Council met Thursday in closed session to discuss litigation and personnel.
The Vista City Council held a workshop Tuesday to hear updates on its Climate Action Plan and on Community Choice Aggregation. The council agreed to move forward with the discussion of Community Choice Aggregation and asked staff to bring back a report with more information.
The Cardiff School District board met in closed session Thursday to discuss litigation. In open session, the board held a hearing on its Local Control and Accountability Plan and on its 2021-22 budget, and approved revised job descriptions for its Cardiff School principal and garden program instructor positions.
The Encinitas Union School District board met in closed session Tuesday to discuss litigation and personnel. In open session, the board held a public hearing on the first reading of its Local Control and Accountability Plan for 2021-2024. The board also held a public hearing on its proposed budget for 2021-2022. The board received the initial bargaining proposal from the Classified of Encinitas, and presented the district’s initial proposal. The board approved the appointments of Stacy Crum as principal of Capri Elementary School; Megan Power as principal of Mission Estancia Elementary School; Claudia Bugarin as principal of Ocean Knoll Elementary School; and Jennifer Bond as director of Curriculum, Instruction and Accountability. The contracts of the superintendent and the assistant superintendents of Administrative Services, Business Services and Educational Services were renewed.